BREAKING: Antonio Brown Accused of 3 Separate Incidents of Sexual Assault

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On Tuesday, the shocking news came down regarding Antonio Brown as he is being accused of three incidents of sexual assault, in 2017 and 2018, against a woman who attended college with him, according to The New York Times.

More to come.

The New England Patriots WR is being sued by a woman who claims Brown sexually assaulted and raped her during 3 separate encounters.

Via TMZ:

The woman behind the lawsuit, who identifies herself as Britney Taylor, says she was hired by Brown as a personal trainer. Taylor claims the first incident happened in June 2017 during a training session when “Brown exposed himself and kissed [her] without her consent.”

Taylor then describes a second alleged incident … “Later that month, Brown, while positioned behind her, began masturbating near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back.”

Taylor claims the first incident occurred at Brown’s home in Pittsburgh and the second incident occurred at Brown’s home in Florida.

According to the lawsuit, filed in federal court in Florida, Taylor claims Brown bragged about the incident to her in “profane and angry text messages.”

Several months later, the accuser claims Brown reached out to her to express contrition and “begged forgiveness.”

Taylor claims Brown begged her to continue training him — and after initial hesitation, she ultimately agreed.

However, the woman claims nearly a year later — on May 20, 2018 “Brown cornered [her] forced her down onto a bed, pushed her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her.”

The woman claims she tried to fight back but Brown was “too strong and physically overpowered her.”

In the suit, the woman claims she screamed and cried throughout the entire incident — repeatedly shouting “no” and “stop.”

Brown refused to stop, according to the suit, and penetrated her, the woman claims.

In her suit, Taylor describes herself as a “28-year-old world class gymnast” who competed at “elite levels of international competition.”

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